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Mary Minnie (Knowlton) Campbell Hudson of Advocate Harbour, Saint John # Parker's Cove

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  • David Winter
    =============== Amherst Daily News, Tuesday, February 9, 1960, pg. #6; Reel #2727, NSARM, Halifax, N.S. OBITUARY: Mrs. Minnie M. Hudson Granville Ferry - Mrs.
    Message 1 of 1 , May 31, 2011
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      Amherst Daily News, Tuesday, February 9, 1960, pg. #6; Reel #2727, NSARM,
      Halifax, N.S.
      OBITUARY: Mrs. Minnie M. Hudson
      Granville Ferry - Mrs. Minnie M. Hudson, 94, Parker's Cove, Annapolis
      County, died at her home following a lengthy illness. Mrs. Hudson, who was
      born in Advocate Harbour, was a daughter of the late Capt. and Mrs. Daniel
      Knowlton. Her father was lost at sea when she was a child and at the age of
      13 years, she went to Saint John, N.B. to make her home with an aunt. Twice
      married, Mrs. Hudson's first husband was William Campbell, whom she married
      in Saint John and where their three children were born. Mr. Campbell died
      when his family were very young and his widow returned to her former home in
      Advocate Harbour to reside. Her second husband was Reuben Hudson of Parker's
      Cove, whom she married in 1909. They resided at Parker's Cove where they
      operated a general store. Mr. Hudson died in 1936. Mrs. Hudson was a
      faithful member of the Parker's Cove United Church and in her younger years
      was active in church work and community affairs. She is survived by two
      daughters, Mrs. Bessie Hudson, with whom she resided and Blanche (Mrs.
      Clifford N. Rice), Granville Ferry; one son, Charles Campbell, Parker's
      Cove; a number of grandchildren and great grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs.
      B.E. Elliott and Mrs. Loren [sic] Morris, Advocate Harbour; and Mrs. Blanche
      Atkinson, Stewiacke; two brothers, and three sisters predeceased her.
      Funeral services were held from Parker's Cove United Church, conducted by
      Rev. Nathan Bowering, minister of the Annapolis Royal - Granville Ferry
      United Church pastoral charge. Interment took place in the family lot in
      Parker's Mountain Cemetery.

      Source: Dave Winter, 31 May 2011
      Note: Loren Morris should be Lorne Morris, her half sister, Elizabeth Maria
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      Automated Genealogy Version;
      1901 Cumberland County Census, Polling District #33, family #152, KNOWLTON:
      38 152 Knowlton Caroline F Head W Jul 25 1842 58
      39 152 Knowlton John D. M Son S Jun 14 1868 32
      40 152 Knowlton Herbert A. M Son S Jul 16 1881 19
      41 152 Knowlton Lizzie M. F Daughter S Jun 12 1882 18
      42 152 Knowlton Florence E. F Daughter S Jan 6 1885 16
      43 152 Dix Bessie G. F Daughter W Oct 31 1869 31
      44 152 ***Campbell Minnie E.*** F Daughter W May 26 1865 35
      45 152 Campbell Bessie E. F Gr. Child S Mar 24 1889 12
      46 152 Campbell Blanch A. F Gr. Child S Feb 27 1894 7
      47 152 Campbell Charles D. M Gr. Child S Jul 8 1898 2
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      Automated Genealogy Version;
      1911 Annapolis County Census, ParkerĀ¹s Cove family #15, HUDSON:
      17 15 Hudson Rueben M Head M Jul 1863 47 1901 Links
      18 15 Hudson Minnie F Wife M May 1865 46 1901 Links
      19 15 Campbell Blanche F Step Daughter S Mar 1894 17 1901
      Links
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      Automated Genealogy Version;
      1911 Yarmouth County Census, Yarmouth family #43, COOK:
      9 43 Cook Micheal Pickles M Head M Sep 1829 81 ? 1901 Links
      10 43 Cook Sarah Elizabeth F Wife M Dec 1861 49 1901 Links
      11 43 Cook Kenneth ? Austin M Son S Jul 1887 23 1901 Links
      12 43 Cook Harold Edson M Son S May 1891 20 1901 Links
      13 43 Campbell Eva F Domestic S Mar 1890 21 1901
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